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For more about Why Good Oral Health and the Perfect Smile No Longer Means Fear of the Dentist - Dental Office Thornhill -please visit thornhilldental website's
20 Aug 2019
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Research shows over half of U.S. adults suffer from tooth sensitivity, which prevents them from enjoying their favorite foods and drinks, in fear that it could trigger discomfort. The cause? Dental hygienist and Crest + Oral-B Smile Council member, Kareen Wilson, RDH says 80% of sensitivity starts at the gum line. Certain triggers like exposure to air and hot, cold or acidic foods or drinks can cause this sensitivity. The good news is that a simple choice to change the toothpaste you use can make a real difference. 
21 Aug 2019
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Oral Health is an important factor in case of children as parents need to be more aware about dental health of children.
11 Sep 2019
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Oral Health is an important factor in case of children as parents need to be more aware about dental health of children.
11 Sep 2019
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Oral Health - Your oral health is linked to your whole body. Learn what to gauge in your mouth to keep your oral health at optimal levels. Fred Joyal, CEO of 1-800-DENTIST hosts this exclusive oral health promotion video.
5 Aug 2009
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*******www.bestcosmeticdentistinportsmouth**** Whether you wish to learn about your general oral health, dental insurance, what is a periodontist, invisible braces, dental veneers, or any aspect of cosmetic dentistry, you are in the right place
13 Jul 2010
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Did you Know that a Woman's Oral Health is the key to overall health? the surgeon general, good oral health is essential to optimal overall health, specifically for women.
10 Oct 2012
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Smoking is like a curse to your oral health. Always remember, it is a good practice to eliminate smoking and imbibe good oral habits and a healthy lifestyle!
5 Oct 2018
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Oil Pulling - Tip Top Oral Health Show by Dr. Kumar T. Vadivel, Board Certified Periodontist, Carrollton, TX
22 Oct 2018
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Your teeth are covered with plaque, a sticky film of bacteria. After you have a meal, snack or beverage that contains sugars or starches, the bacteria release acids derived from dietary sugars that attack tooth enamel. Repeated attacks can cause the enamel to break down and may eventually result in cavities. When diabetes is not controlled properly, high glucose levels in saliva may help bacteria thrive. Brushing twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and cleaning once a day between your teeth [more]with floss or an interdental cleaner helps remove decay-causing plaque. Trust Dental Medical Spa, we are the dental clinic in mexico, mexico dentist, offers tips, treatments, and techniques for good oral hygiene, dental implants in mexico, dental tourism, etc. A premier dental in tijuana mexico specialized in Extreme Cosmetic Dentistry. For more information please call Toll Free (800) 342 8419 or visit our web site: *******www.DentistAtTijuana****
14 Mar 2010
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Just in time for those last minute holiday gifts, score some major deals with Oral-B on their most popular electric toothbrushes. Upgrade your family and friends’ health by gifting them with the Oral-B 7000 and the Oral-B Genius 8000, available at Amazon, Target, Walmart and more.
12 Dec 2018
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#HealthyTeethBeautifulSmile Dental Care Tips of the Day 1. Limit Sugary Food 2. Quit Smoking & Drinking In Case of Dental Plaque,Bacteria convert sugars into acids. Food acids soften your tooth material and also causes holes (cavities or caries). In severe cases, teeth may also be ‘eaten’ right down to the gum.
4 Jun 2019
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